My last post had a comment from a dear friend to read Italo Calvino. I typed out the name and found his writing (atleast whatever I read) to be interesting.
Thanks Samuel Johnson for Italo Calvino.
Here are two quotes from Wikiquote by Calvino that you might find worthwhile to ponder:
* Everything can change, but not the language that we carry inside us, like a world more exclusive and final than one's mother's womb.
* In an age when other fantastically speedy, widespread media are triumphing and running the risk of flattening all communication onto a single, homogeneous surface, the function of literature is communication between things that are different simply because they are different, not blunting but even sharpening the differences between them, following the true bent of the written language.